‘Devil’s Advocate’ : The Mostly True story of Giovanni Di Stefano – 1 x 60 Wonderhood for Sky Originals Dir. Sam Hobkinson Exec Sam Anstis
He represented the world’s biggest villains – Saddam Hussein, Harold Shipman, Slobodan Milosovic – at least that’s what everyone thought. Comic Thriller told in a feature doc style.
Blair & Brown : The New Labour Revolution’ 4 x 60 BBC Studios for BBC 2 Dir. David Belton Exec.Steve Condie
Major series spanning the birth, rise and fall of New Labour, told by the peoppe who lived it. I cut the final episode then worked on story across most of the series
Catching Killers’ – 1 x 60 Raw for Netflix Exec. Prod. Louise Norman
A serial killer re-emerges after 30 years – and three cops must catch him before he strikes again. Told entirely from their perspective, it plays like a scandi-noir – set in Kansas
‘America : The story of us’- Nutopia for History Dir. David Belton
A mega doc made in deepest lockdown – telling how America survived past crises and grew back stronger
‘The Windsors : Inside the Royal Dynasty’ – 1 x 60 for CNN – Exec Prod. Louise Norman
Chronicling the world’s most famous royal family. I told the story of Prince Charles tragic quest to find the right bride – and worked across the rest of the series.
‘Race to the Whitehouse’ – 2×60 Raw for CNN – Series Prod.Emma Whitlock
Presidential races told as style political thrillers. I cut films about Eisenhower vs. Stevenson and Ford vs. Carter.
‘Mystery of the Lost Pyramid’ – 1×60 Lion for Channel 4/Smithsonian – Dir. Stuart Elliot
Egyptologists have discovered a new pyramid – and it’s burial chamber is sealed with a ten ton stone. Historical detective documentary blending Obs Doc with Animation.
‘The Bush Years : Family, Duty, Power’ – 3 x 60 Raw for CNN – Exec Prod. Louise Norman
Landmark series exploring the dynamics of a family that shaped America. Responsible for editing half the series.
Major historical series, narrated by Martin Sheen, charting nearly a century in the life of America’s most famous family.
‘The 80’s/90’s greatest’ – 2 x 30 Nutopia for Nat Geo – Series Producers Amy Foster & Gabriella Polletta
Telling the story of the two important decades in American history, through archive and high profile interviewees such as Jane Fonda, Michael J. Fox and Tony Blair.
The tale of four Italian brothers who turned a childhood obsession into a global phenomenon, and the band of British upstarts who saved it from the clutches of Robert Maxwell
Author Ben Macyntire tells the incredible stories of the three men who created a legendary fighting force during World War Two
The bittersweet story of West Ham leaving Upton Park, home for over 112 years, and the extraordinary final game on that famous ground. Featuring actor Ray Winstone and 100 year old fan Mabel
The true story of a Banksy statue stolen off the streets of London in broad daylight and held to ransom by an audacious – if quite haphazard – artist called ‘AK-47’.
Cameras follow a year in Westminster, blending politics with observational documentary to present a unique and accessible insight into the corridors of power
Dick Strawbridge has bought a 45 bedroom French Chateau with 12 acres of land – for just £280,000. But can he completely rennovate it in time for his wedding in just 9 months time?
Pilot Tracey Curtis-Taylor flies all the way up Africa in a vintage 1930’s Biplane, following the slipstream of forgotten heroine Lady Mary Heath
The glamour of 1970’s racing is the backdrop for a tale of jealousy, rivalry and a life-changing crash.
‘Skint (series 2)’ – Keo for Channel 4 Online – Exec Prod. Katie Buchanan
Characters from the hit series give their views on controversial topics surrounding poverty in Britain.
The story of the double agents who secured the success of the Normandy Landings, risking their lives to fool Hitler. Based on Ben Macintyre’s best-selling book.
‘Timothy Spall : Somewhere at sea’ – 6 X 30 (over 3 series) – Barge Pole for BBC 4 – dir. Paul Crompton
BAFTA Nominated adventure with well-loved actor Timothy Spall. Can he navigate his way around the seas of Britain – in a barge?
‘War Time Farm + Edwardian Farm’ – 2 x 60 Lion for BBC 2 – Exec Prod. David Upshall
Popular living history series where three historians recreate life on a Farm in Edwardian and Second World War Britain.
Archive investigation, on the hunt for the ‘Inside Man’ at the Post Office who helped plan the famous robbery.
Observational Documentary looking into the bedrooms of people with sleep disorders.
‘Home Is Where The Heart Is’ – 3 x 60 Love productions for ITV1 – SP : Heenan Bhaati
Moving documentary following homeless people going to live with celebrities – can they turn their lives around?
‘JFK : The Lost Tapes’ – 1 x 60 Arrow for Discovery USA
Never aired tapes from the President’s plane shed new light on his final days
The Battle For Britain’s Roads – 1 x 60 Steadfast for BBC1 – Exec. Charles Thompson
Prime Time documentary about the war between motorists, cyclists and pedestrians